Fingerprint Singular Point Detection Based on Modified Poincare Index Method

  title={Fingerprint Singular Point Detection Based on Modified Poincare Index Method},
  author={Gabriel Babatunde Iwasokun and Oluwole Charles Akinyokun},
The use of fingerprint for human identity management has been on the rise lately. Reasons adduced for this include its high level of uniqueness, availability, consistency and universality. The task of human identity management based on fingerprint technology involves a number of processes which include enrolment, enhancement, feature and singular points detection and extraction and pattern matching. Detection and extraction of genuine and reliable feature and singular points are paramount for… CONTINUE READING


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